Editor: Sorry I am behind in posting here at ‘Frauds and Crooks,‘ but the Refugee Industry has gone into full mobilization against the President as they prepare for the day they hope is coming soon when they regain the White House and can open the refugee spigot wide, and so I’ve been posting extensively at Refugee Resettlement Watch in recent days.
Diversity is beautiful alert!
As Virginia turns blue with its large influx of immigrants we sure are seeing an overabundance of cases where ‘new Americans’ are responsible for some pretty ugly criminal behavior in the Old Dominion.
I’m reminded of one of the first stories I posted here in the earliest days of ‘Frauds and Crooks’ about the ‘new American’ who set up cameras in mall dressing rooms to spy on women as they tried on clothing. And, then there was that horrible case where the illegal alien raped and murdered a Muslim teen when everyone was expecting the killer to be an Islamophobic rightwinger.
Most recently we had the story about the Virginia Muslim doctor and his demographic jihad, here. See my Virginia tag below for more Virginia frauds and crooks news.
Now here is the latest story about the joys that diversity is bringing to the state.
From Fox News:
Former elementary school assistant sentenced to over 12 years in prison for sex abuse crimes
A Virginia man who worked as a substitute teacher and teacher’s assistant at a local elementary school in Fairfax County was sentenced to 150 months in prison and 20 years of supervised release on Friday for the attempted coercion and enticement of a minor and distribution of child pornography, according to a release by the Justice Department.
Monis Irfan, 21, pleaded guilty on July 19 after an undercover police sting found that he communicated online with a Fairfax County police detective posing as the father of a 7-year-old child, who wasn’t real.
“Irfan repeatedly told the detective that he was sexually interested in and active with children, and discussed his desire to perform graphic sexual acts on the detective’s fictitious child,” the release said.
“After several days of sending sexually explicit messages and images, Irfan drove to a predetermined location to meet the undercover detective and engage in sexual acts with the child.”
He was arrested after meeting face to face with the detective.
The investigation found that Irfan also received and distributed child pornography that depicted the sexual abuse of an infant over encrypted messaging apps on his phone.
The release stated that he also recorded a video of himself engaging in sexually explicit acts with a 5-year-old.
And, here is the Justice Department release from April when he was indicted. Sure sounds like he got a lesser sentence than he could have received.